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JANUARY 2, 2015

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The Town of Strathmore called a special


council meeting for Dec. 23.
One of the matters brought forward was
the idea of a partnership between Golden
Hills School division (GHSD) and the town
when it comes to meeting some of the
recreation needs. The Division has been
granted, in principal, the approval to build
another school in Strathmore for Kindergarten to Grade 9.
Bevan Daverne, the superintendant of
schools for GHSD, has met with the town
several times in the past few weeks about
possibly having a joint facility where they
may possibly not have a gymnasium, and
possibly have a dome beside it at some location within town, said Chief Administrative Officer Dwight Stanford.
They would be able to take the money
from the proposed gym and put that towards a dome, then the town could put in
money as well and then we could have a
facility that could be used by the community.
Councillor Pat Fule added that there
would still be the ability for a typical gym
facility for the school, but that would be on
one end of the dome and the rest would be
for soccer and lacrosse and other indoor
sports.
The dome could house a variety of things.
In some cases communities have added a
library, meeting rooms, a fitness facility and
an indoor running/walking track.
A dome would be 160 feet wide by 400
feet long, providing a large space to meet
recreational needs. It is also a cost effective
measure to take.
It costs about 30 per cent less to build a
dome than a regular building, and the energy cost is about 30 per cent less, so all of
a sudden I was very encouraged about a
dome, said Stanford.
He said they are at the point now of
needing some sort of motion so that GHSD
can begin pursuing different avenues, some
of which might not be available without the
partnership.
Despite the meetings and discussions,
Councillor Bob Sobol suggested it was still
in the early stages to get this accomplished,
but said it is clear that GHSD is looking for
commitment.
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Bisons, Germany and SAY!


Trygve Many Guns and the UFA Bisons took on the German U17 Nationals in a pre-Macs Hockey Tournament exhibition game at the Strathmore Family Centre on Dec. 23. Unfortunately the
local team was defeated 6-4 by the Germans, but the big winner of the night was the Strathmore
Assembly of Youth (SAY) and their Disc Golf project. All proceeds from the game went to SAY for
the project and according to their Facebook Page, $3,146 was collected. For more coverage of
the UFA Bisons see Page 13.
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Strathmore in pajamas
All over the Town of Strathmore public schools celebrated the last day of classes with a school wide PJ day. It seems as though half the town did not have
to worry about getting up and getting dressed or dressing their young children on Friday, Dec. 19. It was a great way to roll in the holidays.

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Fur-ever reading
SHANNON LECLAIR
Times Reporter

A new reading program at the Strathmore Municipal Library is for the dogs, literally. Fur-ever reading is a program
where kids can read to Akiko, a six-year-old pug-Pomeranian
mix who is Pet Access League Society (PALS) certified.
It is a reading program designed for ages five and up, said
Carmen Erison, assistant director of library services.
When you think about it, dogs are the least judgmental
animals out there and by giving children the opportunity to
read to dogs it helps boost their confidence and theres actually been studies proven on that.
Akiko has gone through training and testing to be assessed
for the correct health, obedience level, and temperament by
a certified dog trainer.
Kaylee Vanderveerbpresented the idea to the library.
My daughter always volunteers at the library and shes
very passionate about volunteering at the library, said Heather Vanderveer.
Shes also very passionate about wanting children to have
a love for dogs (and) educating them about dogs. She
wanted to bring the two together.
On Dec. 17 Hayley Taylor, 9, was reading Mrs. Jafee is Daffy
to Akiko.
Its fun, really fun because I never get to read with a
dog, said Taylor.
We dont have a dog at home and so it was just an oppor-

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Ginger all the way

The Pregnancy Care Centre (PCC) was given diapers, wipes and all sorts of other goodies that can be
gifted to some of the new moms that come through their door. Lynn Wahl (l-r), Jenn Page and Drinda
Hyde were happy to accept the items on behalf of the PCC.

The Strathmore Municipal Library held their Ginger All the Way program on Dec. 22. Kids and
their families came out for an afternoon of fun
and gingerbread building right before Christmas.
Eathan Henderson (l-r) and James Hays build
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Students helping future moms


SHANNON LECLAIR
Times Reporter

The Strathmore Pregnancy Care Centre (PCC) got a helping hand from
Grade 8 and 9 leadership students recently. Students from Trinity Christian
Academy put baby bottle piggy banks in
different classrooms to collect change,
among a few other small fundraisers
throughout the month of October.
Over $300 was raised and teacher Jay
Nelson then phoned PCC to find out
their specific needs. Jenn Page, coordinator of the Strathmore PCC, gave
Nelson a few idease, and he bought everything on the list including, diapers,
wipes, creams, powders, soothers, gift
bags and tissue paper.
When we walk through a pregnancy
with a client and once they deliver we
get a hold of them and we kind of put
together a gift bag of all new items,
some things for mom, some things for
baby, but theyre all brand new, said
Page. The gift bags are called layettes.
This is a great start and weve even
had other donations from other people
for our layettes which have been knitted blankets, brand new onesies, sleepers that sort of thing.
Well even take little gifts for mom
too, if anybody wants to donate that.

Town eyes new


recreation centre
Continued from Page 1

I would be prepared to make a motion and the motion would be that
council approve in principal a joint partnership between Golden Hills School
Division and the Town of Strathmore for
a recreational facility that would include
an agreement for community use of the
facility with a maximum town contribution of $5 million, said Sobol.
The motion was carried. Additional
discussions will take place as a location
and other details are decided upon.
At the beginning of the meeting, Steve
Grajczyk was sworn in and is officially
the seventh member of council.

Thats kind of what I think is lacking


right now, said Drinda Hyde, also with
the PCC.
The students were invited on a tour
of PCC and their clothing room, and
had a chance to find out first hand how
the centre works, what they do and
how they help their clients.
We collected change and cause we
wanted to do different fundraisers for
our leadership class we decided to
fundraise for that, said Jessica Turner,
Grade 9.
It felt good to help, and it was cool
to see where the money was going.
Instead of sending it somewhere we
could see actually what it would go to.
Not everybody knows about it so
(we wanted to) help something thats
not as big as like the food bank, said
Danai Allan.
Trinity school is involved with We
Day and Free the Children; through
them schools are able to pick both a local and global charity to raise funds for.
The global charity is still to be officially
determined.

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The male made his way to the back of the store
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Looking ahead with Ell


SHANNON LECLAIR
Times Reporter

Another year has passed and with the start of the new
year, its time to look back on whats happened and whats to
come with our beloved town.
From my perspective last year was a very exciting and a
very positive year in regards to this town moving forward
and accomplishing things. Weve had some businesses in
the area structure plans already starting to build, and theres
such a need for housing in this town that will carry on into
next year, said Mayor Michael Ell.
The support he has received from the citizens has been tremendous, and Ell states that its the people in the community
that are the ones that make it such a great place.
Ell predicts the town will continue to see the growth this
next year.
2015 may be a bit of a difficult year in the province and
Strathmore could be impacted. However, we have some exciting things happening and I will work through any difficulties. Council is continuing its work to have improvements to
our hospital, we are working to have new schools built and
we are committed to finding ways to fund recreation facilities. There will be infrastructure improvements undertaken
and completed next year, said Ell.
Strathmore is poised for growth. The town will have an
economic development strategy next year. The strategy will
assist in finding ways to improve opportunities for local established businesses, and attracting new businesses considering a move.
One of the exciting new projects coming is the medical/
residential building thats being put up next to the Hi-Ho
Gas station.
The building is beautiful looking and will actually enhance the downtown area, said Ell.
The town is still looking at making some improvements
to the downtown core, something he says is coming, but of
course cant happen overnight.
A few other things coming to the town: the museum committee will become a society in 2015; the Alberta 55 Plus
Summer Games are coming to the area; and the Canadian
Badlands will be hosting their AGM in Strathmore this spring.
Best wishes to all in 2015, said Ell.

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The Strathmore Fun Runners donated $750 each
to the Youth Club and the Wheatland Food Bank.
The Fun Runners have been selling tickets since
July for their tool box raffle, and then the proceeds
were split and given to the two organizations.
Top left: Todd Blakney (l) with the Strathmore Fun
Runners presented Brian Allemang, a representative with the Wheatland Food Bank, with a cheque
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Program Director Youth Club of Strathmore accepts a cheque for $750 from Todd Blakney with
the Strathmore Fun Runners. Right: Denny Siebel
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Welcoming
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The Strathmore and District
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along with Joyce Bazant of
the Wheatland Further Education Society, and Strathmore-Brooks MLA Jason Hale
jointly held an open house for
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them and enjoy refreshments
on Dec. 19.

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A year with the RCMP


SHANNON LECLAIR
Times Reporter

2014 was, overall, a good year for the Strathmore RCMP detachment, according to Staff Sgt.
Kevin Reilly. In general, things have seemed to
improve from a policing perspective year to year.
I would say in the course of the seven or eight
years I have been here Ive have definitely seen a
general decrease and downward turn in things,
said Reilly.
Strathmore doesnt have as much in the way of
serious and violent crime as there was when he
first arrived.
There are also programs put into place: bike
patrols, bar patrols, foot patrols in certain areas
of town, or targeted controls in certain areas.
The biggest thing I think that I have noticed
in the last year or two is the crime reduction unit
position that we have with Cst. Shannon White
in there. Thats a program where were monitoring and try and help rehabilitate those people
who meet a certain criteria, and they are the
more habitual, or more likely to reoffend type of
offenders, said Reilly.
An extra eye is kept on those habitual offenders, something they also notice, making them often less likely to commit a new crime.
Were also trying to offer them more help and
get them into programs and rehabilitate them by
trying to use the different agencies that we can
work with, whether its probation, whether its
McBride and getting them to go to the job centre
to see if they can get a job because of course
if theyre working theyre less likely to commit
crime, said Reilly.
(Or) whether its getting them into drug or
alcohol treatment programs so that they get off
the drugs and the alcohol which is what moti-

vates them to do their crime, and pay for their


habits.
Because of the crime reduction unit and the
work that White has put in, Reilly feels it has had
a significant impact on the community. There are
plans in place to involve more of the members,
creating an even better program.
Another successful initiative of 2014, and one
that returns on Jan. 1, 2015, is the enhanced
traffic enforcement program. This is where the
RCMP focused on target areas that are known
to have issues. One of the biggest areas of concern was the amount of traffice, including large
trucks, not adhering to the posted speed on Hwy
#1 within town limits.
We only targeted certain offenses, we didnt
worry about the guy with the burnout taillight,
or the guy whose license plate was obstructed,
we were looking at the major offenses that we
know statistically decrease accidents and injuries and death on the road, said Reilly.
Policing of the rodeo went smoothly, and there
was a reduction in the number of complaints
and incidences that normally occur.
Part of it is we know how to do the targeted
patrols during that rodeo, I have been here long
enough to know when we need and what we
need to do and where to cover and how to get
the members out there, and the members have
done that, said Reilly.
Looking ahead into 2015, he says they plan
to keep working on improving the crime reduction unit. He would also like to see more bike
patrols out when the weather is nice, something
he has always believed makes a huge impact.
Reilly would also like to see an RCMP regimental
ball come to Strathmore. It is something he has
been working on, but is not sure yet when it will
come to Strathmore.

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Spreading Joy
Members of the Strathmore United Church celebrated the Christmas spirit by going around town
Christmas carolling to some of their neighbours on
Sunday, Dec. 21. Their first stop was at Sagewood
Seniors Community.

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Two stepping time


Crowther Memorial Junior High enjoyed their last day of school Friday, Dec. 21, by participating in the annual Winter Formal. Students are required to dance three different styles of dance that they learned in school through their physical education program.

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Wheatland County year in review


JUSTIN SEWARD
Times Reporter

Wheatland County saw some productive steps
forward in 2014 and hope to continue them into
2015.
Reeve Glenn Koester could not have been any
happier with the tireless workers who worked the
extra-long winter days earlier this year to make the
county roads safer.
In my perspective, we had a pretty rough spring
for snow, and I know a lot of people thought we
had too much snow, said Koester. I really appreciated our crews putting in extra time and they
really worked hard to keep the roads open.
For the most part were blessed with some really good staff at the county.
Koester is optimistic, after a heavy snow removal
year in 2014, that 2015 will be somewhat easier on
the snow clearing staff.
Well I think we packed them harder this year,
(with) it being an unreal snow event year, so they
met the challenge and succeeded. Hopefully this
year (2015) is a lot easier on them and so far it has
been, said Koester.
He thought that council meetings in 2014 were
very productive and county plans that had been
passed are a step in the right direction in the future.
I thought we had a pretty productive coun-

cil year. We got our municipal development plan


passed, we had some turnover in staff in the planning departments (and) our land use bylaw had
fallen, said Koester.
I was hoping that would be getting close to being done, but I think they should be starting that
now. It seemed to be we got some good staff there,
hopefully they stay.
One of the major highlights was the Alberta
Government providing the county with a grant to
help with costs of the water project.
We got $9 million from the provincial government for our water project that were partnered
with Rockyford, Standard and Hussar. Its not
enough money to finish it, but its a start and they
seem committed to the project as money becomes
available, said Koester.
As a result of the grant, 2015 will be off to constructive start with the continuation of the water
project and the other developments of the Wheatland area.
(In) 2015, were looking to contract out some
roads for comparison purposes, (and) build them.
We have some reserves that weve been saving
some money for these projects for a while, said
Koester. Its going to look like were spending a
lot of extra money, but its money thats been put
aside for these projects. Its going to be a high expenditure year, but its going (towards) doing lots
of work we dont usually do.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Wildrose traitors
To the Editor
What a stab in the back! If any of the deflecting
Wildrose MLAs had any honesty, they would have
stepped down from the Wildrose Party and ran as an
independent, then asked to join the PC. party. Would
they have taken any of them then? This way the PC
Party gets to kill the Wildrose Party with our elected
Wildrose MLAs blessing.
It is sad that these Wildrose MLAs could not see
that a great opposition is the key to a great democracy. But then they could not see the many still out

standing issues that need to be brought to the floor,


such as starting with the power to recall your way
ward MLAs.
Rats have more honesty than this group of people
that won our vote, then turn traitors to get to the government trough. If we wanted a PC we would have
voted for one in the next election, our choice not
yours! That is called democracy.
Sincerely,
Vivian MacCallum
Strathmore

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Charges laid in Siksika homicide


SHANNON LECLAIR
Times Reporter

On Dec. 18 at approximately 7:30 p.m. Gleichen RCMP received a 911 call about a disturbance in progress at a house
on Siksika Nation.
When they attended they found an unconscious guy laying in front of the house outside on the ground and a bunch
of people milling around, said Gleichen Staff Sgt James
McLaren.
The members immediately called EMS to come and help
out with the injured fellow. They showed up and despite all
their efforts he was pronounced dead on the scene.
The teen, identified by family and friends as Chase Bigtobacco, 16, was attending a house party when the incident
occurred. Austin Bigtobacco, 19, of Siksika Nation, has been
charged with second-degree murder and has been remanded
in custody, and is scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 8.

In McLarens three years in Gleichen this is the fourth homicide for the detachment.
One of the recent ones was when Tak Tai Lawrence Leung
was killed while visiting his girlfriend in Gleichen on May 18,
2013. Two women have been charged with first-degree murder, and have recently entered guilty pleas for manslaughter.
Our violent crime stats are actually down within the detachment and on the nation, our serious crime assaults are
down by 50 per cent and our common assaults are down by
26-27 per cent, said McLaren.
We have been making efforts in the past two years and we
have been seeing on the domestic violence side of that, we
are seeing results.
As for the possible cause behind the decrease in the stats
I think community involvement is the big one, they know
when they call the police well take their complaints serious
and well go and investigate it, and well do everything we
can to bring the people to justice, said McLaren.

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Ah, Christmas season
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ones, and for many a time to
spend travelling the sometimes-treacherous highways.
Each winter comes with
its own challenges, but there
are ways to stay safe while
travelling.
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to go shopping, or when
youre going to visit friends,
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other options available, like
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if thats why you need to
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if you get stuck for a day
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WHAT A YEAR!
Look back. Look forward. What
way do you look as one calendar
year runs into another?
As we approach 2015, its not
hard to encounter retrospective glances of the year thats
passed: top ten sports plays,
events that changed our world,
top songs of the last 12 months
etc. It can be entertaining
to look back at the year thats
passed. It can also be informative. What are the moments in
your life and the life of our community that you take from 2014?
Look back. Look forward.
We live in a world that places a
premium on experience. Looking
back, intentionally reflecting,
paying attention to those experiences doesnt seem to be valued
as much.
What stands out to you as you
think about the last 12 months on
the calendar and shift your gaze
to the year to come? A winter
that lasted too long? A summer
that came too late? Births?
Deaths? Critical moments at
work or at school? Superficial
moments? Life transforming
moments? Look back. Look
forward.
For myself, I look back and see:

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days of grief and loss as well


as birth and life; Ive walked
through health scares with my
kids; Ive seen people struggle with job loss and broken
relationships; Ive witnessed
moments of great laughter and
deep sadness; Ive experienced
schools and organizations
that add significant value to
Strathmore and our community.
Overall, 2014 hasnt been my
favourite year and frankly, Ive
been looking forward to saying
goodbye. But its been significant. Look back. Look forward.
As I begin to look forward,
its not so much in a spirit of
expectation or clichd resolution, but in heartfelt expressions
that some might call prayers. I
pray for the health and vitality
of my kids and family. I pray for
the welfare and the health of
our community. I look forward to
opportunities to engage neighbours and the people I live near.
I watch for ways to experience
the blessing and to be a blessing
to our town. Look back. Look
forward.
What do you see?
Glenn Peterson
Hope Community
Covenant Church

STRATHMORE SEVENTH-DAY
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Meeting in the Lutheran Church
112 Lakeside Blvd. 403-983-0081
Pastor: Ghena Girleanu
Services held every Saturday
Sabbath School: 10 AM
Worship Service: 11 AM
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Worship Service Sundays 10 am
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325 1 Ave 403-934-3543
Corner of 1 Ave & Wheatland Trail
Pastor: Darrell Young
Associate Pastor: Byron Allan
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11:00 am Worship Service
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403-934-3025
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Cindy Eisbrenner has


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gallery of work.

Photo Courtesy of
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Artist transforms photos


SHANNON LECLAIR
Times Reporter

Cindy Eisbrenners art is a bit of a family project. Her husband Martin is a photographer, and
she will often take his photos and transform them
into sketches, mainly using graphite and charcoal
as her medium.
Most of my stuff is black and white, because
I like black and white photos and just the depth
that you can get with charcoal, said Eisbrenner.
Theres a lot of nature, a lot of rodeo and theres
karate because my girls and I, and my son, we do
karate so that kind of works its way in.
Family comes first to Eisbrenner, so for a long
time her art was more for fun, and usually consisted of her doodling. In 2007 she took art classes
with her daughters and realized how much she
really likes to draw. Her art has developed from
there.
I think it was about two years ago, I wanted to
draw more but I needed something to make me
draw more so that I can develop skills. So I started
to blog and I said I would blog a picture every
week, said Eisbrenner.
It started off really well, but then as her skills
grew better her picture sizes grew bigger and it
became every two weeks she would blog a picture, then every month. She still blogs, showing
her viewers some of the latest pieces she has been
working on.
While there are other techniques that Eisbrenner

could learn, and may do one day, her focus remains on graphite pencil art.
Thats whats really interesting to me trying
to develop that realism, trying to see how real I
can make it look, sometimes better than a photograph, said Eisbrenner.
She has done some commission work which
she says has both been great and challenging, and
last year she began going to markets to showcase,
and sell, her work. Eisbrenner has also donated
different pieces to organizations to auction off in
fundraisers.
I enjoy that, I enjoy giving back especially if it
has to do with community because this is where
we live and the more were part of our community,
and the more we can put into it, the more were
going to get out of it, said Eisbrenner.
She is also considering offering art classes to
adults and children in the community.
I love learning, and I also love teaching so to
be able to teach other people drawing basics, because I think everybody can draw, they just need
to look at things right, said Eisbrenner.
She starts looking for shapes and how it is comparing to whats around it, in front of it, behind
it and then looking at the perspective which she
said is huge for getting things right.
Anyone interested in learning to draw with Eisbrenner can give her a call at 403-324-4178, or
keep an eye on her website artfeature.ca. On the
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MANNY EVERETT
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The Standard Fire Department has a new tender truck that
has been in the fire department bay since mid October.
The truck is to be used in the Village and in the surrounding rural areas as needed. The departments team consists
of 12 volunteer firemen and five Emergency First Response
Team (ERFT) members.
The Standard Volunteer Fire Association, which is separate
from the fire department, also serves the community and surrounding Wheatland County residents, is made up of some
of those residents and provides mutual aid to other fire departments within the county. The Association works in conjunction with the volunteer Association, Wheatland County,
and the Village of Standard to raise funds to purchase capital
equipment.
Scott Jensen, one of the captains said, We purchased the

truck Jan. 29 and received it mid-October. It is a tender truck


which holds 2,000 gallons of water, carries a portable drop
tank, 500 gal/min pump, 10 dump valve that allows us to
fill the drop tank with 2,000 gallons of water in just under a
minute and a half, and carries other various tools
Currently in operation they have two engines, one tender
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2.
The old tender truck will be put up for bid to the public
and will be sold after Jan. 1, 2015.
On the evening of Dec. 16, the department along with Santa drove around town in the new tender, bush buggy, and
engine truck handing out candy canes and wishing everyone
a Merry Christmas. Leah Jensen, chief administrative officer
of the Village commented on the event: I have to say, it was
so special and they brought so much joy to the kids it absolutely warms my heart and makes me so proud of our fire
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The proposal came up because the Centre of the Arts felt
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The Centre of the Arts has been considered to be a top
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as a whole (meeting) and how they want to tackle that one
and well go from there, which I think gives us a considerable
amount of time.

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SPORTS

Great partner!

The UFA Bisons honoured their long


time sponsor UFA with a signed
jersey during the feature game on
Dec. 27 versus the San Jose Junior
Sharks. On hand for the ceremony
were Bisons captain Shane Fraser
(l-r), UFA representatives Joesph
Van Bavel, Ken Scott, and assistant
captain Josh Bishop.

Justin Seward Photo

Bisons heating up at Macs


JUSTIN SEWARD
Times Reporter
Vancouver NE Chiefs vs UFA Bisons Dec. 26
at Father David Bauer Arena
The UFA Bisons burnt their turkey dinners off
pretty quickly on Boxing Day as they set the tone
in their tournament
opener with a 7-3
win over the Vancouver NE Chiefs.
Jordan McConnell
opened the scoring
12:55 into the game
and the Bisons never looked back after
that.
When we move
the puck, we usually get some offensive passion for our
team, said head
Mario Prusina Photo
coach Dan MacDonald. We moved the puck pretty good today
and when that happens, we score some goals
and thats the secret for us.
After taking a 4-2 lead into the third, the Bisons
were able to get that important insurance marker in the third from Gary Haden, who scored a
hat trick in the game, to keep the momentum in
their favour.
Its really important in midget hockey to get
those goals because the momentum can shift
real fast, said MacDonald. Its 4-2 and if they
get one, its 4-3, were on our heels but we put
them on their heels and thats what you have to
do to be successful.
The players responded well to a new opponent by playing a complete team effort.
We only have one strategy and thats three or
four things we concentrate on and if we do that,
we can usually be competitive no matter who we
play, said MacDonald.
Other goals came from Will Conley, Trygve
Many Guns and Kyle Gordon.

HOME GAMES

Saturday, Jan 3 5:15 pm


vs Leduc Chrysler Oil Kings

Sunday, Jan 4 2:00 pm


vs Calgary Northstars

Strathmore Family Centre

UFA Bisons vs. San Jose Junior Sharks


Dec. 27 Max Bell Arena
The UFA Bisons continued right where they
left off in the first game with a convincing 7-2
win over the San Jose Junior Sharks on Dec. 27
at the Max Bell Arena.
Despite giving up the first goal, the Bisons
never lost a beat, as they played with poise and
energy the rest of the game.
Forward Gary Haden had followed up his
three-goal performance, with a pair in the second game against the Sharks and credits his line
mates for the production.
It was all of our line up, we move the puck
well and I just find the right areas and my line
mates find me. I just had the easy job of finishing
it off, said Haden. It was just good puck movement today, we drove the middle and it opened
another lane. We were hitting that lane all night.
Assistant coach Dave Attwood was enthused
with how the boys took charge.
We really did not know what to expect because
this San Jose team hadnt played a game yet. So
we knew we just had to come out to a good
start and play our game, said Attwood. I think
as the game
moved
on,
you could see
we moved the
puck and play
with
speed
really well
once we felt
out San Jose,
we started doing our thing
and scored a
Justin Seward Photo
lot of goals.
McConnell also scored twice for the Bisons,
while Many Guns, Barrett Sheen and Markus
Lavallee rounded out the offence.
Due to the New Years paper deadline, the results of next two round robin games, as well as
the tournament wrap up, will be available in the
Jan. 9 edition of the Strathmore Times.

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PLAYER OF
THE GAME

Langdons recreation
has bright future
JUSTIN SEWARD
Times Reporter

The Hamlet of Langdon got approval from Rocky


View County to go ahead with groundwork for a new
recreation facility for the area.
Rocky View County funded $200,000, while the
Rocky View School Division provided $300,000 for the
groundwork.
The site is going to be used for a high school as
well as a recreation facility. The grant doesnt go (just
to) Langdon, that grant is for development of that field,
which is in Langdon, said Rolly Ashdown, Rocky View
councilor.
Its a green field site, theres been nothing on it before, and so when you have that you have to do a lot
of engineering. If you have any wetlands on areas like
that, then you have wetland compensation that has to
be made and basically getting the site ready for something.
Ashdown accredits the countless hours put in by community organizations to get the project off the ground.
The Langdon Community Facility Group has been
working on it for quite sometime.
The next thing that is going now is Phase 1 of getting
the land, and Phase 2, which will be getting the land
ready for something and that something could become
the ball fields that everybodys talking about, said Ashdown. In order to get that built, obviously theyre going to have to go into fundraising mode and get more
dollars together to get there. Baseball is extremely popular, theres over 20 adult teams and 200 kid teams.
Langdon, being the third largest hamlet in Alberta,
has had a rapid growth in population, and to accommodate the community, the county felt the demand for
a facility needed to be met.
Its quite surprising that Langdon is growing so fast
from a few hundred people in the 90s to 5,000 people
now. When something grows that fast its pretty much
impossible to anticipate how many are there, said Ashdown.
The problem with that there is no real recreational
facilities there. So its a start of it needing hockey, baseball and soccer.
The groundwork feedback has been positive so far.
Every step is a good step, any closer you can get to
having recreation facilities completed in any way shape
or form is always good, said Ashdown.
One resident sees the value of the facility, but not the
fact that it is dedicated to just one sport.
I think that anything that gets the project moving is
great, but I believe there is a greater need for an indoor
hockey arena, also being a hockey parent Im obviously
biased, said Dmitri Voyevoda.
I do see a rec centre as more people are realizing
the value there.
The county also put forth $40,000 towards an $80,000
upgrade to the Indus Recreation Centre.

Gary Haden

Saturday, Jan 3 8:15 pm vs Blackfalds


Friday, Jan 9 8:00 pm vs Banff

Jordan McConnell

Strathmore Family Centre


- Gold Arena

DEC. 26 VS
VANCOUVER NE CHIEFS

DEC. 27 VS
SAN JOSE JR SHARKS

Come Cheer On Your UFA Bisons!

The Strathmore Wheatland Kings are Back!

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Obituaries
BLACKLEY,
Shelley Anne

Morgan Lachance (l-r), Chelsea Dyck, Mason


Lachance and Jessica Turner hang out after an
evening of gymnastics practice.

Photo Courtesy of Jumphouse Gymnastics

Community Spotlight:
Jumphouse
CHELSEA DYCK
SAY Times Contributor
Jumphouse Gymnastics, owned by
Lori Knopf and Cassi Weiss, has been
a part of our community for seven
years. Jumphouse is located at 122 Canal Gardens (just off of the 817).
The business employs 11 people to
offer many gymnastics programs and
free play. Children from age two-anda-half to adults of all ages can take part
in gymnastics programs. Jumphouse
also offers cheerleading for ages five
to 18.
Gymnastics classes run in 12-week
sessions. Jumphouse is just wrapping
up their fall session and will be moving into the winter session on Jan. 5.
Gymnastics badge classes run for an
hour and a half, giving the children
time to use every apparatus in the gym
including the floor, bars, beam, trampolines, and the vault. Jumphouse is a
great way to learn basic skills, which
can help prepare you for a competitive
program.
The Matrix Cheerleading program,
which is also run out of Jumphouse,
has three teams; Senior Gold, Junior Black, and Youth Sparkle. These
three teams attend many competitions
throughout their season allowing them
to showcase their talent. There is also
a recreational cheerleading team for
those who are too young to compete
or want to get a feel for cheerleading
before trying out for the competitive
teams.
Jumphouse offers drop-in times to
allow people to try out gymnastics or
just have some free time in the gym.
Drop-ins run on Fridays from 2 p.m.
4 p.m. and 6 p.m.-8 p.m., plus they
have teen drop-in (13+) from 8 p.m.
10 p.m. They also have family drop-ins
Saturdays and Sundays from 12 p.m.
- 2 p.m. (these times can vary depending on holidays and private function
bookings, such as birthday parties).
Jumphouse is unique to our community in that there are no other places
to practice gymnastics or cheerleading
in Strathmore. Gymnastics has a way
of making children very outgoing and
helps them gain concentration and
channel their energy into something
physical, says co-owner Cassi Weiss.
Weiss said that gymnastics has helped
kids a lot with confidence.
Parents often tell her that gymnastics has helped their kids in and out
of the gym.
Jumphouse gives back to the community in a number of ways, including
allowing those who are a part of AIM
Strathmore to come in for free gym
time every second Friday.
You can contact Jumphouse at 403934-4900, at jumphopusegymnastics@
hotmail.com, or you can go in to see
them on evenings (except Tuesdays)
and weekends.

It is with sadness we announce


that Shelley Blackley passed
away suddenly on December
23, 2014 at the age of 51 years. She is survived
by her husband Troy; son Tanner (Alisha) and their
children Lane and Cassidy; daughter Brittany;
brother Daniel; sister Tracy; special aunt Joyce
and special uncle Terry. A memorial service will
be held on Monday, January 5, 2014 at Hope
Community Covenant Church at 11:00 a.m. In
lieu of flowers, donations may be made directly
to the Wheatland Community Crisis Society (Box
2162, Strathmore, AB T1P 1K2). To send condolences, please visit Shelleys obituary at www.
wheatlandfuneralhome.ca.

Obituaries
MOORE, Vera Margaret
It is with sadness we announce the passing of
Vera Moore on December 24, 2014. Born July
14, 1958 at Calgary, Vera was raised in the foothill
of the Rockies at Cochrane, Alberta. She is survived by her loving husband Gary, sons Andrew of
Strathmore and Kyle of Dauphin, Manitoba; her
parents Wilfred & Marie Britton; her sister Barb
(Grant) Jorgenson of Sicamous, BC, brothers Ian
of Airdrie and Dale (Linda) of Rocky Mountain
House. She was predeceased by her son Jason
Allan Moore on November 14, 2008. A viewing
and visitation took place on Monday, December
29, 2014 at Wheatland Funeral Home, Strathmore
between 7 8 p.m. A funeral service was held
on Tuesday, December 30, 2014 at Strathmore
United Church at 11:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made in Veras memory directly
to the ALS Society (#250, 4723 1 Street Southwest Calgary, AB T2G 4Y8). To send condolences,
please visit Verss obituary at www.wheatlandfuneralhome.ca.

Obituaries
BURNE, Joan A.

December 27, 1929 December 28, 2014

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of our mother, Joan Burne (nee Martin). She is
survived by her son Martin (Elisa) Burne, daughter
Beth Burne; three grandchildren Marie (Henry),
Korey and Brian; and two great grandchildren
Lance and Drystan. She is also survived by her
sister Doreen (Harold), brother Robert (Marj), as
well as numerous nieces and nephews. Mom
was predeceased by her husband Brian Burne
in 2005. Mom will be sadly missed by family
and friends. A memorial service for Joan will be
held Tuesday, January 6, 2015 at Wheatland Funeral Chapel at 11:00 a.m. To send condolences,
please visit Joans obituary at www.wheatlandfuneralhome.ca.

Obituaries
BUSMANN, Kit
It is with heavy hearts we say good-bye to our
Mum and Nana. It is a blessing that she now joins
Dad. She will be lovingly remembered by her
children: Stewart, Jackie (Gary), Nadine; grandchildren Jennifer (Mike), Candice and Lucas; and
great granddaughter Sophia. Kit valued time
spent with family and friends of all ages. She
passed along her passion for gardening and love
of the outdoors to her children and grandchildren.
Alongside Dale, Kit shared a love of the land and
farming. Kit lived her life with quiet dignity, integrity, strength, independence, and humour. We
will cherish our memories always and embrace
the values she instilled in us. She will be forever loved and always in our hearts. Respecting
Mums wishes, the family will gather for a private
service. A celebration of her life will be held at a
later date. In lieu of flowers please send donations to the Glaucoma Research Society of Canada (929 Bayview Avenue, Suite 215E Toronto Ontario M4G 3E8) or the Alberta Parkinsons Society
(102, 5636 Burbank Cres SE Calgary, AB T2H 1Z6)
To send condolences, please visit Kits obituary at
www.wheatlandfuneralhome.ca.

CLASSIFIEDS
THANK YOUS

Thank You

How can I possibly express my


Thanks for the many expressions of
love and care shown to myself and
my family since the passing of my loving
husband and their father, Ken Taylor.
The gifts directed to Strathmore hospital
foundation, flowers, food, cards, kind words
and hugs, all of them expressing your love
for all of us. And even more, for your
continued prayers and support that keeps
me through this tough time.
Thank you to each of you. May God
bless you, just as you have blessed
myself and family.
Beth Taylor

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Obituaries
KREMER,
Joe (Eltjo)

Our husband, father, Opa, and


Great Opa was received into the
loving arms of God on December 27, 2014. Joe is survived by his loving wife
Diane and his children Agnes, of Holland, Ellen,
of Chestermere, Anita, of Holland, Marjolein, of
Holland, Marijke, of Holland, and Tony, of Strathmore, and their families. He was predeceased by
Paul, Robertino, and Jan. A funeral service will
be held on Monday, January 5, 2015 at Lord of
All Lutheran Church at 2:30 p.m. A viewing and
visitation will be on Sunday, January 4, 2015 at
Wheatland Funeral Home from 1:00 2:00 p.m.
To send condolences, please visit Joes obituary
at www.wheatlandfuneralhome.ca.

TIMES

STRATHMORE

MEMORIAMS
In Loving Memory of

Irene Sanden

February 9, 1920 December 25, 2013


~
You are in our hearts...
Thinking of you always.
~
Remembering you
with love,
The Sanden Family

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ca/2014/12/16/regionaleditor-west-kootenay.
ROADEX SERVICES requires
O/O 3/4 tons, 1 tons and 3
tons for our RV division and
O/O Semis and drivers for
our RV and general freight
deck division. Paid by direct deposit, benefits and
company fuel cards. Border
crossing required with valid
passport and clean criminal
record. 1-800-867-6233;
www.roadexservices.com.

January 2, 2015 Strathmore TIMES Page 15

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION
is an in-demand career in
Canada! Employers have
work-at-home
positions
available. Get the online
training you need from an
employer-trusted program.
Visit: CareerStep.ca/MT or
1-888-528-0809 to start
training for your work-athome career today!

OILFIELD CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY requires full-time
Heavy Duty Mechanic to
repair fleet of track hoes,
Cats, graders, heavy trucks.
$40 plus/hour depending
on experience. Must have
valid drivers licence. Send
resume:
wrenchitright@
gmail.com.

Location: Strathmore, AB T1P 1K1

Farm labour for planting and weeding. No

experience necessary. Must speak English.


Physically demanding, repetitive tasks,
combination of walking, bending, kneeling
and standing for long periods of time. Must
be willing to work in all weather conditions.
Wages start at $10.20/hr.
T| 403.934.6808 F| 403.934.6813
E| joanne@EagleLakeLandscape.com

MASSAGE
THERAPIST
NEEDED
2200 hour program a must.
Attractive percentage split.
Newly renovated office space.
Take over busy existing office.
Please drop resume in person.
240 - 3rd Avenue, Strathmore
403-901-0664

Dominos Pizza
102-95 Brent Blvd.
Strathmore, AB, T1P 1V3

Now Hiring SHIFT SUPERVISORS


Permanent Position
$13.50/hr + Potential Bonuses
Duties Include:
Supervise and co-ordinate activities of staff who
prepare and portion food (5-10 people), Establish
work schedule, Estimate and order ingredients and
supplies, Ensure food service and quality control,
Maintain records of stock, repairs, sales and wastage, Prepare and submit reports, Train staff in job
duties, sanitation and safety procedures
Requirements:
- Min. 1 - 2 Years Related Experience
- Fluent in Oral and Written English
- High School Completion
Please visit us at the store with your
resume or fax to (403) 901-6002
102 - 95 Brent Blvd, Strathmore, AB
T1V 1P3

is hiring:

is hiring: 1 permanent, full time

4 Full Time, Permanent


$13.50 Hourly, for 44.00 Hours per week
Experience: 3 years to less than 5 years

$13.50 hourly, for 44 hour/week


Experience: of 1 to 2 years required

Cooks

Skills: Prepare and cook full course meals and


individual dishes including for customers with food
allergies or intolerances, while ensuring quality of
food and determine size of food proportions are
met. Work with minimal supervision and train staff
in preparation, cooking and handling of food. Clean
and inspect kitchens and food service areas, Work
with specialized cooking equipment (deep fryer,
etc). Good oral communication, ability to work
with others, job task planning and organizing, and
significant use of memory required. Speak English,
Read English, Write English
How to Apply- with resume to: 510 Highway #1
Strathmore, Alberta T1P 1M6
By Mail or In Person between 9:00 and 17:00 :
By Fax :(403) 934-9502

Food Services
Supervisor

Skills: Ability to supervise and co-ordinate the activities of 5-10 food and beverage servers, bartenders, or
front support staff, while ensuring great food service
and quality control of foods. Will be responsible to train
front staff in job duties, sanitation, safety procedures,
and AGLC legislation and ensure that those duties and
procedures are followed. Will follow direction of and
report to the Restaurant Manager on all areas of the
front of house operations. Must possess great oral
communication, excellent problem solving skills, and
organized job task planning abilities. Must also have
the ability to work well with others in a fast-paced
environment while under pressure. Standing and/or
walking for extended periods. Speak English, Read
English, Write English
How to Apply
- By Mail or In Person between 9:00 and 17:00
510 Highway #1, Strathmore, Alberta T1P 1M6

Strathmore Station
Restaurant & Pub
is hiring:

full time

Kitchen Restaurant Manager


$15.62 Hourly, for 44.00 Hours per week
Experience: 1 to less than 3 years

Skills: Plan, organize, direct, control and


evaluate the operations of a restaurant, bar,
cafeteria or other food or beverage service
Determine type of services to be offered and
implement operational procedures. Recruit
staff and oversee staff training
Set staff work schedules and monitor staff
performance
Control inventory, monitor revenues and
modify procedures and prices. Resolve
customer complaints and ensure health and
safety regulations are followed Negotiate
arrangements with suppliers for food and
other supplies. Negotiate arrangements with
clients for catering or use of facilities for
banquets or receptions.
How to Apply
with resume: to
510 Highway #1 Strathmore, Alberta T1P 1M6
By Mail or In Person between 9:00 and 17:00
or by email
roadhouserestaurant.strathmore@gmail.com

Kitchen Food
Services
Manager

1 Permanent, Full Time


$15.75 hourly, for 44 hour/week
2 years to less than 3 years experience required
Requirements: Completion of high school, Safe
food handling certificate, CPR Certificate, Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System
(WHMIS) Certificate, Must read, write, speak
English, Kitchen or cooking experience required
Basic Duties include: Plan, organize, direct,
control and evaluate daily kitchen operations
and implement operational procedures, Control
inventory, Ensure health and safety regulations
are followed, Negotiate arrangements with
suppliers for food and other supplies. Develop,
implement and analyze budgets. Recruit, hire
and train staff and conduct performance
reviews. Ability to supervise 20 or less staff in a
fast-paced environment, under pressure, while
paying attention to detail. Standing and walking
for extended periods required.
To Apply: In Person between 11:00 and 17:00 :
380 Ridge Road, Strathmore, AlbertaT1P 1B5
By E-mail:
strathmorestationjobs@gmail.com

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

NIGHT AUDIT SUPERVISOR

$20/hr. Experience is an asset. Must be available from


11 pm to 7 am. Some duties include coordinate, assign,
supervise & review activities of workers, establish work
schedules & procedures, resolve work related problems
Please email resumes to
info@travelodgestrathmore.com
Or in person at the front desk, 350 Ridge Rd,
Strathmore Or via fax (403) 901-0016

Employment Opportunity Westmount School


Golden Hills School Division #75 invites
applications for the following position:

PART - TIME
EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT
0.75 FTE (6 hours/day Monday to Thursday) position
providing support to a kindergarten student with high
needs. Work will begin at 8:45 am and end at 3:15
pm daily. Applicants should be able to show initiative
and be willing to work with small children. Previous
experience working with high needs students in a school
setting would be considered an asset. Please submit
your resume with appropriate documentation to the
undersigned on or before noon on Tuesday, January 6,
2015.
Only those short listed will be contacted.
Mr. Wayne Funk
Principal, Westmount School
220 Wheatland Trail
Strathmore, AB T1P 1B2
Fax: (403) 934-4936
E-mail: wayne.funk@ghsd75.ca

GET YOUR CLASSIFIED ADS IN THE TIMES! Call 403-934-5589


TOWN OF STRATHMORE
Where Quality of Life is A Way of Life

FINANCE MANAGER

Competition # TOS2014-22
The Town of Strathmore is a vibrant and progressive community of 13,000 people, located on the
Trans-Canada Highway 40 km. East of Calgary. We are looking for a highly motivated individual to
become part of the Corporate Services Department and head up the Finance Team. Reporting to the
Director of Corporate Services, the Finance Manager is responsible for the immediate supervision
of the department staff in the operation, maintenance and administration of the Towns accounting
systems and procedures.
If you are an individual who has the knowledge and ability to understand a municipal financial plan,
and can ensure that revenue, expenditures, and grant applications, are processed and completed in
accordance with Town policies and procedures this position may be for you.
Main Duties will include but are not limited to:
Perform the function of office manager for the Finance team. Motivate train and supervise the team
in the maintenance of the Towns financial accounts and records.
Assist the Director of Corporate Services in the preparation of the Towns financial plan.
Ensures that all accounting functions, payables, receivables, and ledgers are processed accurately
and on a timely basis.
Prepares year end working papers in connection with the yearend audit. Liaises with external auditors and assists with audit requirements.
Makes application for various grants and reports on government grants to various agencies and
stake holders.
Prepares and assists in the preparation of periodic reports for the Director of Corporate Services,
Departmental Directors, Government Ministries and Others.
Qualifications Completion of 4th year standing in a recognized accounting program leading to a professional designation such as CGA, CMA. Completion of the accounting designation will be required.
A minimum of two years municipal accounting experience is necessary, and some supervisory experience would be helpful.
About the Benefits: In exchange for your hard work and dedication, you will be compensated with a
competitive annual salary as well as an extensive range of benefits.
The Town of Strathmore is an employer offering growth, a supportive environment and opportunity
to succeed. We endeavour to be leaders in municipal sustainability, and encourage our employees
to help us achieve excellence. If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career opportunity,
please forward your resume to:
Town of Strathmore
680 Westchester Road
Strathmore, AB T1P 1J1
Phone: (403) 934-3133 Fax: (403) 934 -4713
Email: opportunities@strathmore.ca
Shannon Cuff, Payroll & HR Advisor
The Town of Strathmore thanks all applicants; however only those short-listed for an interview will
be contacted.
Competition closes: When suitable candidate is found

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TIMES

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED
Strathmore Station
Restaurant & Pub

is hiring
3 Permanent, Full Time:

FOOD AND
BEVERAGE
SERVERS

FLEET SAFETY INTERNATIONAL INCL.


Requires a

PART TIME

DRIVING EVALUATORS
AND COACHES
Must have a valid minimum Class 5 Drivers License
Clean Drivers Abstract
Strong people communication skills

For more information please call

Gordon Porteous at 403-604-0181


Fax 403-283-8666 or email giport@telus.net

$10.20 Hourly, for 40.00 Hours per week


Experience: 1 to 2 years

Serve food and beverages, general plate service.


Describe and advise on menu items including
daily specials for customers. Present, open, pour
and serve wine in appropriate wine glassware.
Present bills to customers and accept and manage
payments in cash, credit or debit cards. Clear and
clean tables, trays and chairs. Replenish condiments and other supplies at tables and serving
areas. Set tables. Must be of legal age to mix and
serve alcoholic beverages and acquire ProServe
within 30 days of hire. Must be Customer service
oriented and physically fit. Experience on Squirrel
POS system or similar an asset.

RENTALS

RENTALS

Our office is looking for a Level 1 or Level 2


Licensed Personal Lines CSR, minimum 2 years
experience. You may be our candidate,
please send us your resume.
We offer room for advancement, opportunity
for flex hours and a great work environment.

NEW 3 BEDROOM APARTMENT. AVAILABLE FEB.


1/2015. $1300 plus utilities.
Constructed in 2014. Across
the street from Sacred Heart
Academy. Call Niki at 403480-1218 for more info.

SPACIOUS 1ST FLOOR 2


BDRM APARTMENT in Crystal Ridge Cove, N/S, N/P,
Adult building, 4 appliances.
$900/mth + $900 S.D. +
utilities. Call 403-934-4769

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Part time Community Outreach Worker

FURNISHED ONE BEDROOM


with furnished unfinished
basement. Private entrance,
shared bathroom, all utilities
(cable, fridge, microwave, tv,
washer, dryer) $650 + security. Call (403) 901-0104.
SMALL BACHELOR/ STUDIO
for rent Dec. 1, 2014 furnished! One year lease plus
security deposit 600.00 per
month! Includes water, electric, and gas! Call Ashlee at
403-990-4962.

As part of a dynamic and busy Town of Chestermere


Community Services Department, this position is
responsible for: the designing and delivering of
social programs that are preventative in nature
to promote and enhance well-being among
individuals, families and communities. Deadline
for applications is January 12, 2015.

701 WESTMOUNT DRIVE


- 1 bedroom , partially
renovated unit with patio
available now. Parking
included, no pets. $925
plus utilities. Close to
Westmount School. Call
the Resident Manager at
403-983-3628.

For more information, visit www.chestermere.ca

WESTMOUNT DRIVE - 1
& 2 bedroom, fully renovated units with balcony
or patio. Includes washer/
dryer and parking. From
$995 plus utilities. Close
to Westmount School. Call
the Resident Manager at
403-983-3628.

Strathmore Station
Restaurant & Pub is hiring:
1 permanent, full time

Manager

Business Equipment and Computer Applications:


Squirrel POS system, General office equipment,
Record keeping, Cashiering, Microsoft Office.
Duties/Abilities: Must plan, organize, direct, control, and evaluate daily operations, while ensuring
that all health, safety, and liquor legislation and
regulations are followed. Responsible for the
hiring, training, scheduling, and supervision of 40+
staff. Respond to customer complaints and negotiate with clients for catering or use of facilities.
Must possess great oral communication, excellent
problem solving skills, and organized job task
planning abilities. Must be customer service
oriented and be able to work under pressure in a
fast-paced environment while paying attention to
detail. Standing and/or walking for extended periods. Speak English, Read English, Write English
How to Apply: By Mail to 380 Ridge Road Strathmore
AB T1P1B5, In Person between 9:00 and 17:00,
or By E-mail to strathmorestationjobs@gmail.com

BEAUTIFUL
BASEMENT
SUITE AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. $1100/mo utilities
and internet included. Fully
Furnished, Washer/Dryer,
Kitchen Appliances. Separate Entrance and Alarm
System. Good Neighbourhood in Chestermere. N/S,
N/P. Daytime call 403-9349835 after 8pm 403-4744391.

REAL ESTATE

the strathmore
realty group
403-934-2001 www.strathmorerealty.ca 104 3rd Avenue, Strathmore

SOLD
1.5 STOREY FULLY
RENOVATED HOME.
Excellent modern decor.
Large yard with older single
garage/shed w power.
Open concept living/kitchen
area. Arrowwood offers many of
the perks of small village life.
A must see at $189,900.

VINTAGE CHARM
50 X 32 HEATED INSULATED
Dont miss this completely renoSHOP IN ARROWWOOD
vated 2200 sq ft home. Tastefully Newer metal roofing, siding, infra
updated while keeping its old red and overhead furnace, two piece
fashioned features. Beautiful
washroom with hot water, office and
hardwood throughout. Large
showroom. Large air compressor
jaccuzi ensuite. High ceilings.
and pneumatic lines throughout
shop area. Excellent value.
garage and shop. Immediate
$110,000
possession. Arrowwood.
$234,900.

$254,900
WALKOUTFULLY FINISHED
OPEN DESIGN
FIREPLACE
3 BEDROOMS
3 BATHROOMS
ATTACHED GARAGE

$424,900
$316,900
FULLY FINISHED
2 FIREPLACES
MOVE IN READY
MAIN FLOOR FAMILY
5 LARGE BEDROOMS
RM
MEDIA RM
OPEN DESIGN
OPEN DESIGN
CUL DE SAC LOCATION
FIREPLACE
1550 SQ FT MAIN
HARDWOODS
FLOOR
UPGRADES THROUGHOUT

$490,000

MOVE IN & ENJOY

This 2 storey in Strathmore


Lakes is fully developed with
4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, on a
huge landscaped lot. Extras
include Air Conditioning,
Underground sprinklers, and
more!
MOVE IN NOW!!!!
HILLCREST MANOR
Backing onto the canal - this
fully developed walkout has an
oversized triple garage. Loads of
upgrades. This is another fine
home built by Rich-Lee Custom
Homes!

SOLD

LIVE UP, RENT DOWN


ARROWWOOD - $219,900
Built in 2002, 1181 sq. ft. bi-level.
Total two bed, three bath. Separate
downstairs suite is currently rented
to an excellent tenant who will stay
if the buyer wishes. The home has
a very clean modern decor and sits
on a double lot. Go to
MLSC3638637.

$155,000
BUILD YOUR DREAM
HOME
WALKOUT LOT
SPECTACULAR VIEW
GOLF COURSE
COMMUNITY

SOLD
$234,900

Tina
Scott

(403)
901-5388

Nonie
Hall

(403)
934-0420

Just being built in Hillcrest


Manor this walkout bungalow
with triple garage is ready for
you to pick the inside colors,
cabinets and flooring.

3 Acres west of Strathmore, Amazing


views from the upper deck and lower
covered deck. 2 Storey with so many
extras, 2 fireplaces, hardwood, granite, ceramic tile, 2 garages, top of the
line appliances, the list goes on!!

$649,000.

Vacant Residential lot in Carseland, build your dream


home here! $59,900 plus GST

EXCELLENT
BUILDING SITE
on 14+ acres east of
PRICE REDUCED
Strathmore. Private
THIRD FLOOR
setting. Power nearby.
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT
Easy commute in all In Lambert Village. 60+ adult living.
directions.
Great view from balcony. Close to
downtown. $157,900
$127,000

PRICE REDUCED

230 CENTRE STREET,


updated 3 bedroom unit
available immediately in a
quiet 4plex! Rent starting
from $1225.00 In-suite
laundry, four appliances
and parking included.
Just 25 minutes outside
of Calgary and a short
distance away from the
newly developed shopping district. Utilities
extra. Call Emerald Management & Realty Ltd. at
403-237-8811.

RE TENDERS

$16.56 Hourly, for 40 Hours per week


Experience: 2 to 3 years

Credentials/Education: Must have (or get within 30


days of hire): AGLC Smart Serve Programs (PROtect, PROserve, REELfacts), First Aid Certificate,
CPR Certificate, Workplace Hazardous Materials
Information System (WHMIS) Certificate.

LARGE TWO BEDROOM 1.5


bath 6 appliances, town
house with Garage for rent.
Jan 1.,2015 one year lease
1400. Plus utilities (except
water/sewer) plus security
deposit! Call Ashlee at 403990-4962.

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CHINOOK III. 1 bdrm or 2


bdrm. Heat & water included. No pets. Please call for
availability. Call Keli 403324-2944.

How to Apply: By Mail to 380 Ridge Road


Strathmore AB T1P1B5, In Person between
9:00 and 17:00, or By E-mail to
strathmorestationjobs@gmail.com

Our expanding Chestermere office


is looking for a licensed insurance
representative to join our Team.

Send resumes to:


Attention: Mona Whiteley, Asset Insurance,
#6, 140 East Chestermere Drive,
Chestermere, Alberta T1X 1M1
or Mona@assetins.com

RENTALS

CLASSIFIEDS

Glenna
MitznerErnst
(403)
605-6830

Ross
Collins

(403)
934-2001

NEW 1753 SQFT 2 STOREY


in The Ranch! 3 bedrooms, bonus room,
triple garage! $435,900
PRICE
REDUCED
THIS 33 ACRE PARCEL
features 2 homes, 2 barns,
double detached garage,
permanent water rights and so
much more! Located west of
Strathmore $600,000.

2 bedroom home with


new flooring,
bathroom fixtures and
newer appliances.
$29,000

3 ACRES near Hussar with 1372 sqft home,


double detached garage! $235,000.
3.36 ACRES with well, power, gas to
property line. West of strathmore.
$179,900

Dixie
Hartell

(403)
934-1034

157 ACRES CROP LAND Just west of town limits. Possible subdivisions. Great investment.

LAND FOR SALE BY TENDER


The Estate of Kenneth M. Fraser offers two (2)
parcels of land for sale by tender located in
Wheatland County, Alberta as follows:

Parcel 1:
S.E. & S.W. 13-23-21-W4M Containing 320 acres
more or less with surface rights income estimated
at $15,190.00 per year.
Parcel 2:
N.W., S.E., N.E. 19-23-19-W4M Containing 472.62
acres more or less with surface rights income
estimated at $21,158.00 per year.
Written bids for either or both parcels along with
a certified cheque or bank draft for 5% of the bid
price must be received by 12:00 Noon, January 16,
2015 at:
Getz & Associates-Lawyers & Mediators
225A Wheatland Trail, Box 2370
Strathmore, Alberta T1P 1K3
Attention: John Getz
Solicitor for the Estate
File No. 14-15361/DJG
The highest or any bid may not be accepted.

StrathmoreTimes.com

www.

706 WILLOW DRIVE,


SMORE., AB.
BUNGALOW 1193 SQ.FT.
LIST PRICE @
$349,900

24 HILLVIEW DRIVE,
SMORE., AB.
BUNGALOW 1480 SQ.FT.
LIST PRICE @
$379,900.

244073 RANGE ROAD 265,


LYALTA, AB.
BUNGALOW 1278 SQ.FT.,
2.42 ACRES, LIST PRICE @
$549,900.

Billie
McCallum
(403)
477-5422

FOR A NO PRESSURE, ENJOYABLE APPROACH TO BUYING OR SELLING

THINKING OF
LISTING IN THE
NEW YEAR?
CALL TODAY
FOR A FREE
MARKET ANALYSIS
WITH NO
OBLIGATIONS

WANT TO MAKE LIFE


MORE SIMPLE IN
FULLY FINISHED
2015
2 STOREY
Beautiful Must
Desirable Area
Nicole
See Condo!
4 Oversized Bedrooms Fully Finished, Walkout
Cordes
(403)
Mature Yard
Garage, Maple Kitchen, 901-5855
Fireplace

CLASSIFIEDS

PETS

MANUFACTURED

FOR SALE

MISC

Sharons
Doggie Dos

2013 SRI HOME 20 X 76:


mint condition, 3 bedroom,
2 bath $125,000. 1995
Noble Acceptance 16 X 76:
3 bedroom, 2 bath, available
immediately. $49,000. For
more information call United
Homes Canada 1-800-4617632 or visit us at www.
unitedhomescanada.com.

METAL ROOFING & SIDING.


30+ colours available at
over 40 Distributors. 40 year
warranty. 48 hour Express
Service available at select
supporting Distributors. Call
1-888-263-8254.

CRIMINAL RECORD? Think:


Canadian pardon. U.S. travel
waiver. Divorce? Simple.
Fast. Inexpensive. Debt recovery? Alberta collection to
$25,000. Calgary 403-2281300/1-800-347-2540.

Professional All Breed

Dog grooming.
Strathmore.
20 years experience.
Reasonable Rates &
Calm Environment.

Sharon 403-934-3824

GET YOUR
CLASSIFIED
ADS IN THE
TIMES!

the strathmore realty group

JUST REDUCED!

Added 37ac of
fenced grassland.
Very secluded and
immaculately
maintained acreage.
Near Rockyford.

$565,000

6.67ac, 5+1bdr,
renovated,
located on
hwy#1

NEW LISTING
1.5 STOREY FULLY RENOVATED HOME
Excellent modern decor. Large yard with
older single garage/shed w power.
Open concept living/kitchen area.
A must see at $189,900.
Arrowwood offers many of the
perks of small village life.

Tina Scott
Associate
Broker

403-901-5388 cell
www.strathmorerealty.ca

Craig Brassard
403.361.0143

104 3rd Avenue, Strathmore


The Old Home Hardware Building

Like Us
on Facebook!

cbrassard@cirrealty.ca
www.calgarynwrealestate.com

www.shaunakenworthy.com

CALL SHAUNA

STUNNING RENOVATED
HOME $499,900

CALL SHAUNA

BRENTWOOD
ESTATES $224,900

CALL SHAUNA

BUNGALOW WITH 2
GARAGES - $239,900
Small town living
1546 sq.ft. bunglow
3+2 bdrms, 3
baths
Fully finished

3 ACRES NW OF
STRATHMORE - $599,900
Impressive 8 bedroom
3 bath home
Located on 3 acres NW
of Strathmore
Fully finished with suite
30x40 heated,
detached garage

CALL SHAUNA

IMMACULATE IN
ROCKYFORD - $224,900

3 bdrms, 2 full baths


Open concept with
vaulted ceilings
New laminate flooring
Bright and cheery!

CALL SHAUNA

C/S

CALL SHAUNA

NEW ROAD INTO


SUBDIVISION.

CALL SHAUNA

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NO CONDO FEES
- $244,900

CALL SHAUNA

RENOVATED CONDO
$187,500
Beautifully renovated
condo
3 bdrms, 1 baths
Low condo fees of
$150/month
Move in and enjoy!

CALL LORNA

ESTATE WALKOUT
BUNGALOW - $499,900
1571 sq.ft. walkout
with RV Pad
2+3 bdrms, plus den,
3 baths
Fully finished
Backs onto greenspace,
fronts onto park

RENOVATED ON LARGE
LOT - $349,900
Immaculate home
on large lot
3+1 bdrms, 1 baths
Lots of upgrades!
Oversized Double
detached garage

COMMERCIAL
BUILDING IN
ROCKYFORD $69,900

Prime corner lot


3000+ sq.ft. of retail/
office space
2 piece bath
Receiving door

CUTE & QUAINT


$264,000

SOLD

2+1 brms, 2 baths


Fully finished
Double Detached
garage
Zoned Central
Business

CALL SHAUNA

LAMBERT VILLAGE
$144,900

1 bdrm condo
Beautiful view of the
environmental preserve
Freshly painted and
new lino
60+ retirement living

CUSTOM 2011
TWO STOREY
$529,900

IN ELITE WILDFLOWER
RANCH OVER 3000 SQ.
FT DEV., BONUS ROOM,
FULLY DEV LOWER, NEXT
TO PLAY PARK

OWNER SAYS
SELL!!
$119,900
WELL KEPT 2002 16
WIDE, NEW CARPET,
LARGE DECK, 3 BDRMS,
2 BATHS, GATED,
COMMUNITY OF RANCH EST

157 ACRES
BY LYALTA
$1,225,000

CALL LORNA

46.56
ACRES
Many options on this
parcel of land, 25 minutes east of Calgary.

$599,000

LAMBERT
VILLAGE
$147,900

Brand new vinyl


flooring
Large 1 bedroom
Third floor corner
Tons of views

Over 2450 sq ft
Bilevel
Triple Car Garage
Half mile off
Pavement.

SOLD
SOLD

CALL SHAUNA

Build your dream home!


Located 15 minutes
S.E. of Strathmore
South of Eagle Lake
2 parcels available

Happy New Year to all my wonderful


past, present, and future clients.

CALL LORNA

1439 sq.ft. bungalow


3 bedroom,
2 full baths
Lots of Upgrades
Large lot backing
into field

4.07 Acres of Raw


Land - $163,000

CALL LORNA

C/S

4 ACRES IN CALGARY
CITY LIMITS - $1,375,000
1998 sq.ft. fully finished
home
3+2 bdrms, 3 full
baths
2 heated shops
Home has been
extensively renovated

SOLD

10-12 ACRE
PARCELS

PEACE AND QUIET


IN THE COUNTRY $199,900

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Situated on 1.66 acres
West of Hussar
3 bedrooms, 2 full baths
Beautiful prairie views

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1969 sq.ft., fully finished


4+1 bdrms, 2 baths
Large lot in Estate area
on greenspace
Too many upgrades to
mention!

1262 sq.ft. half duplex


on large lot
3 bedrooms,
1 baths
Lots of upgrades
Situated across
from a park

WEST OF
STRATHMORE

10.4 ACRES ON THE


BOW RIVER
- $975,900

Gorgeous home
overlooking the Bow River
Set up for horses
Barn/shop & 2 triple garages
Breathtaking mountain
and river views

1230 sq.ft. fully finished


Lake view and amazing
sunsets!
2 bdrms plus den,
2 baths
Double attached garage

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SOLD

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403
875-1170

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Situated across from
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MLS C3643274

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$147,900!

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sides creek
$265,000.
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$224,900!

MLS C3640441

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SOLD

MLS C3638912

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SOLD

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OVER 1680 SQ. FT.
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MARKET EVALUATIONS

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WHY RENT THIS


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THE LAST 6 YEARS!
ON LARGE TREED
LOT! OWNER SAYS
SELL $129,500!

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1 Bed, 1 Bath, Underground
Parking, Quartz Countertops
In Floor Heat, SS Appliances
Move In or Invest!

Happy New Year


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ACREAGE!
$265,000
Acreage Over 52 Acres
out buildings and
mobile home loads of
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MLS C3643274

CALL TRACY

SOLD

SENOR LIVING
AT ITS BEST
$147,900

CALL SHEILA

Quick possession top


floor one bedroom
freshly painted newer
appliances and flooring,
over looking the park!

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$345,000

SOLD

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Gas fireplace, balcony
In suite washer and dryer
Immediate possession
Call Ron Kaechele
403-934-1097

BUILD YOUR
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Backs on to country
Call Ron Kaechele 403-934-1097

MARKET EVALUATIONS
CALL SHAUNA

4 ACRES IN CALGARY
CITY LIMITS
- $1,375,000

1998 sq.ft. fully


finished home
3+2 bdrms, 3 full baths
2 heated shops
Home has been
extensively renovated

NO CONDO FEES $249,900


1262 sq.ft. half duplex
on large lot
3 bedrooms, 1 baths
Lots of upgrades
Situated across from a
park

CALL SHAUNA

BUNGALOW WITH
2 GARAGES
$239,900
Small town living
1546 sq.ft. bunglow
3+2 bdrms,
3 baths
Fully finished

CALL SHAUNA

4.07 ACRES OF RAW


LAND - $163,000
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S.E. of Strathmore
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AZTEC REAL ESTATE AGENTS

5 Bedroom Home
3 Full Baths
Backing to Creek!

with bonus room over


garage and walkout
professionally
landscaped yard

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COMMUNITY
OF CARBON
$299,900

2 x 6 walls, new siding, new


insulation, new furnace, tankless
hot water, new windows.
Fireplace. Huge kitchen with tons
of counter top and cupboards.
Water filter system.
Much, much more. $249,900

Happy
New Year

FREE MARKET
EVALUATIONS
CALL SHEILA

SOLD

20 ACRES...BRAND NEW
Never been lived in
OVERSIZED 1550sq ft
Home...features 3 bdrms.,
2 full 4 Pce Baths, Vaulted
Ceilings.. Open Concept
Modern Kitchen/
LivingRoom...
10 min to Strathmore!!!!
MLS#C3637424

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BUYING OR SELLING
CALL US FIRST

CALL SHAUNA

BEAUTIFUL
UPGRADED
BUNGALOW
$444,900

FOR ALL MLS LISTINGS VISIT OUR WEBSITE


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Phibbs
403
874-7660

BRAND NEW CHIC,


MODERN CONDO
IN CALGARY FOR
$276,900!

CALL RON

Backing to Greenspace
6 Bdrm/3.5 Baths/Set Up
For Nanny

MLS C3642612

No Condo Fees
$249,900

CALL CHANTALE

BACKING TO
GREENSPACE
$799,900!

BUYING OR SELLING
CALL US FIRST

MLS C1024881

Tracy
Larsen
403
901-9143

CALL CHANTALE

SOLD

MLS C3630983

Shauna
Kenworthy
403
803-4605

INCLUDES
GARAGE $234,900
-Huge Bedrooms
-Large Kitchen
-Single Under
Drive Garage

Stunning, Renovated
Home $499,900
1969 sq.ft.,
fully finished
4+1 bdrms, 2 baths
Large lot in Estate area
on greenspace
Too many upgrades to
mention!

Incredible

CALL LA SHAUN

Paul
Kautz
403
875-4166

CALL CHANTALE

2900+
ASFS!Home
Many Upgrades and
MERRY CHRISSoTM

CALL LA SHAUN

Ron
Kaechele
403
934-1097

NEW LISTING
$279,900
5 Bedroom Home
26x28 HEATED
Garage
BIG Yard!

MLS C3631612

Chantale
Hill
403
325-3860

2 Bed, 2 Bath
Unspoiled
Basement

Heated Garage
Some Renos Completed...
not much more to do!

CALL ROBERT & TAMARA

Cute Starter
Home In Gleichen
$109,900

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Aztec Real Estate Inc Associates
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